I read some unemployment websites....but they read like stereo instructions. Here is the scenario: An employee worked for three weeks. In the third week he asked to be off the last day....no problem, see ya next week he was told. The next (fourth) week arrived and he was a no call, no show. He didn't answer his phone and didn't return voice mails. The unemployment office calls a little later and says that he filed for unemployment. When the unemployment office is told that he was not layed off or even fired and that there was plenty of work to be done and that he was a "no show" they laughed and said no problem, they will take care of it. They call back a few days later and said that now he is claiming that he was promised things that he never received. He claims he was promised a certain weekly wage. The office was told that the first two weeks he received more than the promised wage but since in the third week he asked off the last day he did not make that wage. And here is the kicker. He then claimed that he was promised full benefits, medical dental etc.... After a long laugh the office was then told that NOBODY has benefits, the owner, employees, nobody. And, that there was no plans for getting any in the near or distant future. Their response was that they had to have a meeting to discuss all of this. The real problem here is that although they seem to be helping him a whole lot they will not answer any of our questions as to what is a valid claim or not. Any help and thoughts would be greatly appreciated.